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VO1NA OP32 137.555 kHz starting tonight 20 June at 2359 utc

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  • graham787
    ALL VO1NA OP32 137.555 kHz starting tonight 20 June at 2359 utc G .
    Message 1 of 4 , Jun 20, 2013
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      ALL

      VO1NA OP32 137.555 kHz starting tonight 20 June at 2359 utc

      G .
    • graham787
      There may have also been a problem at this end after the first transmission. Will get it sorted and try again tonight starting at 00 utc,
      Message 2 of 4 , Jun 21, 2013
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        There may have also been a problem at this end
        after the first transmission. Will get it sorted and try again tonight
        starting at 00 utc,

        --- In O_P_E_R_A_@yahoogroups.com, "graham787" <g0nbd@...> wrote:
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        > ALL
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        > VO1NA OP32 137.555 kHz starting tonight 20 June at 2359 utc
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        > G .
        >
      • graham787
        A good show all round , Joe running over night , and many stations monitoring produced a fitting end to the night and on the shortest night of the
        Message 3 of 4 , Jun 22, 2013
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          A good show all round , Joe running over night , and many stations monitoring produced a fitting end to the night and on the shortest night of the year , a peak of -21 dB indicates a substantial signal !, whilst DF2JP achieved the best range

          73 All
          Graham.


          From the psk-map , screen shot

          http://groups.yahoo.com/group/O_P_E_R_A_/photos/album/2071481710/pic/1406572633/view?picmode=&mode=tn&order=ordinal&start=1&count=20&dir=asc


          PA0OCD 2200m OPERA 4044 kms 03:17:24
          G3XDV 2200m OPERA 3720 kms 04:56:12
          G4WGT 2200m OPERA 3519 kms 04:56:05
          GW0EZY 2200m OPERA 3490 kms 04:56:10
          W1TAG 2200m OPERA 1604 kms 07:40:49

          Selection of posts to the LF groups

          Proving that the shortest night of the year and some static is no
          barrier to LF DX, VO1NA had a good night using Opera32 on 136kHz.

          He was received by G4WGT, G3XDV, GW0EZY, PA0OCD, W1TAG, DF6NM and
          DF2JP.

          First reception was by G4WGT at 0105UTC.
          Best DX was DF6NM at 4585km.
          Best report was G3XDV at an amazing 21dB S/N.
          Last Eu reception was by G4WGT and G3XDV at 0456UTC.

          Well done Joe.

          Mike, G3XDV
          ==========

          Mike, Joe, LF,

          Also last Eu reception over this side includes GW0EZY at 0456UTC.

          Well done Joe.

          73

          Gary - G4WGT.


          Gary, Joe LF

          Thanks for including me in the 04:56 reception! Joe - thanks for the
          transmission.

          It was interesting to compare the signal variation at stations and between
          stations over the night. I hope the table formatting survives Blacksheep!

          73 Terry


          G4WGT G3XDV GW0EZY PA0OCD W1TAG DF6NM

          00:32 - - - - - -45.2
          01:05 -37 - - - - -43.7
          01:38 -34 -33 -27 - - -40.5
          02:11 -30 -26 -33 -37 - -36.9
          02:44 -28 -21 -28 - - -34.7
          03:17 -32 -24 -32 -38 - -43.9
          03:50 -30 -40 -34 - -
          04:23 -34 -40 -40 - -39
          04:56 -34 -40 -37 - -38
          05:29 - - - - -38
          06:02 - - - - -38
          06:35 - - - - -35
          07:07 - - - - -34

          Hi Joe, LF

          This are my last night OP32 rx results:

          03:17 136 VO1NA de DF2JP Op32 -38 dB in Duesseldorf
          02:44 136 VO1NA de DF2JP Op32 -29 dB in Duesseldorf
          02:11 136 VO1NA de DF2JP Op32 -29 dB in Duesseldorf
          01:38 136 VO1NA de DF2JP Op32 -38 dB in Duesseldorf
          *********** 22/06/2013
          ***********
          22:51 136 G3XDV de DF2JP Op32 -30 dB in Duesseldorf
          21:12 136 DF6NM de DF2JP Op32 -17 dB in Duesseldorf
          *********** 21/06/2013
          ***********

          73 Joe

          Joe, LF,

          your spectrally perfect Opera-32 signal produced six correlation hits here. With up to "15 dB in hand", implying that this could be done in just one minute.

          Very nice work!

          Markus
          (DF6NM in JN59NJ)

          date time call distance frequency bandwidth snr correlation

          2013-06-22 03:17:22 VO1NA 4585km 137555.000Hz 2mHz -43.9dBOp 91% 17.1dB
          2013-06-22 02:44:26 VO1NA 4585km 137555.000Hz 1mHz -34.7dBOp 94% 19.6dB
          2013-06-22 02:11:30 VO1NA 4585km 137555.000Hz 1mHz -36.9dBOp 100% 20.3dB
          2013-06-22 01:38:33 VO1NA 4585km 137555.000Hz 1mHz -40.5dBOp 94% 18.2dB
          2013-06-22 01:05:37 VO1NA 4585km 137555.001Hz 1mHz -43.7dBOp 91% 17.4dB
          2013-06-22 00:32:43 VO1NA 4585km 137555.001Hz 2mHz -45.2dBOp 100% 16.3dB
          2013-06-21 22:50:51 G3XDV 843km 137590.302Hz 3mHz -36.4dBOp 100% 19.0dB
          2013-06-21 21:11:56 DF6NM 0km 137570.049Hz 1mHz -19.0dBOp 100% 21.3dB



























          --- In O_P_E_R_A_@yahoogroups.com, "graham787" <g0nbd@...> wrote:
          >
          > There may have also been a problem at this end
          > after the first transmission. Will get it sorted and try again tonight
          > starting at 00 utc,
          >
          > --- In O_P_E_R_A_@yahoogroups.com, "graham787" <g0nbd@> wrote:
          > >
          > > ALL
          > >
          > > VO1NA OP32 137.555 kHz starting tonight 20 June at 2359 utc
          > >
          > > G .
          > >
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        • graham787
          25 June , 4563 KMt to DF6NM VO1NA DF6NM 2200m OPERA 4563 kms02:38:48 VO1NA G3XDV 2200m OPERA 3720 kms01:32:57 G3XDV DF6NM 2200m OPERA 842 kms 00:14:55 G3XDV
          Message 4 of 4 , Jun 25, 2013
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            25 June , 4563 KMt to DF6NM


            VO1NA DF6NM 2200m OPERA 4563 kms02:38:48
            VO1NA G3XDV 2200m OPERA 3720 kms01:32:57
            G3XDV DF6NM 2200m OPERA 842 kms 00:14:55
            G3XDV F6CNI 2200m OPERA 397 kms 00:14:55
            RN3AUS RV3APM 2200m OPERA 205 kms 19:59:39
            G3XDV G0KTN 2200m OPERA 158 kms 00:14:55





            --- In O_P_E_R_A_@yahoogroups.com, "graham787" <g0nbd@...> wrote:
            >
            > A good show all round , Joe running over night , and many stations monitoring produced a fitting end to the night and on the shortest night of the year , a peak of -21 dB indicates a substantial signal !, whilst DF2JP achieved the best range
            >
            > 73 All
            > Graham.
            >
            >
            > From the psk-map , screen shot
            >
            > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/O_P_E_R_A_/photos/album/2071481710/pic/1406572633/view?picmode=&mode=tn&order=ordinal&start=1&count=20&dir=asc
            >
            >
            > PA0OCD 2200m OPERA 4044 kms 03:17:24
            > G3XDV 2200m OPERA 3720 kms 04:56:12
            > G4WGT 2200m OPERA 3519 kms 04:56:05
            > GW0EZY 2200m OPERA 3490 kms 04:56:10
            > W1TAG 2200m OPERA 1604 kms 07:40:49
            >
            > Selection of posts to the LF groups
            >
            > Proving that the shortest night of the year and some static is no
            > barrier to LF DX, VO1NA had a good night using Opera32 on 136kHz.
            >
            > He was received by G4WGT, G3XDV, GW0EZY, PA0OCD, W1TAG, DF6NM and
            > DF2JP.
            >
            > First reception was by G4WGT at 0105UTC.
            > Best DX was DF6NM at 4585km.
            > Best report was G3XDV at an amazing 21dB S/N.
            > Last Eu reception was by G4WGT and G3XDV at 0456UTC.
            >
            > Well done Joe.
            >
            > Mike, G3XDV
            > ==========
            >
            > Mike, Joe, LF,
            >
            > Also last Eu reception over this side includes GW0EZY at 0456UTC.
            >
            > Well done Joe.
            >
            > 73
            >
            > Gary - G4WGT.
            >
            >
            > Gary, Joe LF
            >
            > Thanks for including me in the 04:56 reception! Joe - thanks for the
            > transmission.
            >
            > It was interesting to compare the signal variation at stations and between
            > stations over the night. I hope the table formatting survives Blacksheep!
            >
            > 73 Terry
            >
            >
            > G4WGT G3XDV GW0EZY PA0OCD W1TAG DF6NM
            >
            > 00:32 - - - - - -45.2
            > 01:05 -37 - - - - -43.7
            > 01:38 -34 -33 -27 - - -40.5
            > 02:11 -30 -26 -33 -37 - -36.9
            > 02:44 -28 -21 -28 - - -34.7
            > 03:17 -32 -24 -32 -38 - -43.9
            > 03:50 -30 -40 -34 - -
            > 04:23 -34 -40 -40 - -39
            > 04:56 -34 -40 -37 - -38
            > 05:29 - - - - -38
            > 06:02 - - - - -38
            > 06:35 - - - - -35
            > 07:07 - - - - -34
            >
            > Hi Joe, LF
            >
            > This are my last night OP32 rx results:
            >
            > 03:17 136 VO1NA de DF2JP Op32 -38 dB in Duesseldorf
            > 02:44 136 VO1NA de DF2JP Op32 -29 dB in Duesseldorf
            > 02:11 136 VO1NA de DF2JP Op32 -29 dB in Duesseldorf
            > 01:38 136 VO1NA de DF2JP Op32 -38 dB in Duesseldorf
            > *********** 22/06/2013
            > ***********
            > 22:51 136 G3XDV de DF2JP Op32 -30 dB in Duesseldorf
            > 21:12 136 DF6NM de DF2JP Op32 -17 dB in Duesseldorf
            > *********** 21/06/2013
            > ***********
            >
            > 73 Joe
            >
            > Joe, LF,
            >
            > your spectrally perfect Opera-32 signal produced six correlation hits here. With up to "15 dB in hand", implying that this could be done in just one minute.
            >
            > Very nice work!
            >
            > Markus
            > (DF6NM in JN59NJ)
            >
            > date time call distance frequency bandwidth snr correlation
            >
            > 2013-06-22 03:17:22 VO1NA 4585km 137555.000Hz 2mHz -43.9dBOp 91% 17.1dB
            > 2013-06-22 02:44:26 VO1NA 4585km 137555.000Hz 1mHz -34.7dBOp 94% 19.6dB
            > 2013-06-22 02:11:30 VO1NA 4585km 137555.000Hz 1mHz -36.9dBOp 100% 20.3dB
            > 2013-06-22 01:38:33 VO1NA 4585km 137555.000Hz 1mHz -40.5dBOp 94% 18.2dB
            > 2013-06-22 01:05:37 VO1NA 4585km 137555.001Hz 1mHz -43.7dBOp 91% 17.4dB
            > 2013-06-22 00:32:43 VO1NA 4585km 137555.001Hz 2mHz -45.2dBOp 100% 16.3dB
            > 2013-06-21 22:50:51 G3XDV 843km 137590.302Hz 3mHz -36.4dBOp 100% 19.0dB
            > 2013-06-21 21:11:56 DF6NM 0km 137570.049Hz 1mHz -19.0dBOp 100% 21.3dB
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            > --- In O_P_E_R_A_@yahoogroups.com, "graham787" <g0nbd@> wrote:
            > >
            > > There may have also been a problem at this end
            > > after the first transmission. Will get it sorted and try again tonight
            > > starting at 00 utc,
            > >
            > > --- In O_P_E_R_A_@yahoogroups.com, "graham787" <g0nbd@> wrote:
            > > >
            > > > ALL
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            > > > VO1NA OP32 137.555 kHz starting tonight 20 June at 2359 utc
            > > >
            > > > G .
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